They call the Dallas Cowboys "America's Team" for a reason: Whenever they're on, America tunes in.
The 37th annual Montreal Festival du Nouveau Cinema will include the Canadian preem of John Boorman's "The Tiger's Tail"; the world premiere of "Nos enfants nous accuseront," from Gallic helmer…
The MPAA, the parent companies of the Big Four nets and other biz heavyweights have told the Federal Communications Commission that there's no need for new disclosure rules regarding product…
Ari Folman's "Waltz With Bashir" has been submitted by Israel as its contender for the foreign-language Oscar.
Seven months after the end of a bruising strike, Hollywood scribes have issued an early warning to the majors: Get ready for a contentious rematch in 2011, when the current Writers Guild of America…
Osaka-based Yoshimoto Kogyo, Japan's largest comedy talent shop, has inked a cooperation pact with Creative Artists Agency.
Stephen Karam's "Speech & Debate" initially flirts with a host of hot-button topics from politicians' sexual misconduct to teachers touching students in their (to use the approved health ed…
In a week bookended by the Emmys and a presidential debate, a look back at one and forward to the other...
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles will honor Sean Penn with this year's Stanley Kubrick Britannia nod for excellence in film.
Fleet Foxes were overwhelmed when they stepped onto the stage of the El Rey Theater Monday night. "Gosh," frontman Robin Pecknold told the eager, sold-out house, "this is the most impressive place…
Colombia's National Council for Arts and Culture has selected Carlos Moreno's "Perro come perro" (Dog Eat Dog) to represent the country in this year's foreign-language Oscar race.